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September 26, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Fr iday, September 266, 1910 THE CRUSADER. ALL IN AN HOUR'S RIDE. - :o ti v , - er what

Fr iday, September 266, 1910 THE CRUSADER. ALL IN AN HOUR'S RIDE. - :o ti v , - er what

it is that makes travelling so attracwa--even to the man who gets more of it than he thi n rlt ? There are many things, of course, but I th k one of the chief is the wondering whom we may p r anc e: upon, what old friend or new acquaintance, i s 'teak, or bounder we may rub up a
September 26, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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September 5, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
"THE SOB OF THE CHILD."

"THE SOB OF THE CHILD."

All lovers of children ought to feel indebted to John Bull " for drawing attention to the present disgraceful conditions in which thousands of British I tildren are reared, and we congratulate the organisers the " Save the Children Fund " on having secured Powerful an ally. It i
September 19, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CRUSADER.

THE CRUSADER.

Tlie Collservatisin of lievolut in. trohcuintrO Th e revolving hands of the clock move surely to their starting _ po i n t. Every minute during which they are leaving it further and further behind is in truth bringing them nearer tO They have only to proceed far enough to recove
September 19, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 

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September 12, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Friday, September 12th, 1919.

Friday, September 12th, 1919.

September 12, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE CRUSADER.

THE CRUSADER.

The Call of Innocent Suffering. By J. C. PUTTERILL. Why do the innocent suffer? is a time-old question, but one which makes a greater demand for .a clear and definite answer to-day than it has ever done in the past. Nor can we afford to put off the answer much longer. PERSONAL S
September 26, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
When all values are at a risk BOOKS FOR THESE TIMES. THE FOOL NEXT DOOR, &a. By Ex-Ttam-Conductor No. 317

When all values are at a risk BOOKS FOR THESE TIMES. THE FOOL NEXT DOOR, &a. By Ex-Ttam-Conductor No. 317

(N. D. DOUGLAS) 2s. net, paper wrappers; 3s. 6d. net,cloth bound, postage 3d. The author of this unssual book was for a short time a tram-con iuctor: but the interest of his poems, plays, stories and essays does not depeni l upon that. Indeed he has also been a University studen
September 26, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
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September 26, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England